CATIA V5 Engineering Excellence is an extended set of CATIA V5 applications for the creation and management of sophisticated mechanical projects, including part design, sheetmetal, tooling, assembly design, functional tolerances and annotations, kinematics and fitting simulation, DMU review, advanced surface design, and more.
Start a new design and engineering journey while mitigating risk, by providing your team with extensive 3D modeling solutions, by protecting IP as well as CATIA V5 skills, by bringing new collaborators into the overall design and engineering process.
CATIA Engineering Excellence is the ultimate one-stop shop for CATIA V5 engineers, leveraging the free-of-charge 3DEXPERIENCE Social Collaboration Services (if implemented).
Specification-driven modeling for solid, hybrid, and sheetmetal part design, assembly design and integrated drafting.
Highly-intuitive tools to easily create, validate, and modify any type of surfaces, from freeform surfaces to mechanical shapes.
Easily automate and validate design and manufacturing data. Capture and reuse of corporate know-how.
Simultaneously design and integrate electrical, fluid, and mechanical systems within a 3D digital mock-up while optimizing space allocation.
Accurately size design and quickly evaluate real-world performance with realistic simulation integrated into the design environment.
Plan, detail, simulate, and optimize machining activities with industry-proven NC manufacturing tools.
Work in a scalable collaborative environment with multi-CAD compatibility and integrated PLM solutions.
Leverage a complete set of tools, guides, and APIs to support the development process, from the initial product definition to the final product packaging.
Which CATIA V5 ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE bundle is right for you?
CATIA is powerful software, so learning to make the most of it isn’t trivial. Thankfully, Dassault Systèmes and GoEngineer provide plenty of resources on the path to proficiency:
SOLIDWORKS users transitioning to CATIA V5 face unique challenges. In this webinar, SOLIDWORKS & CATIA expert Tim Ramos will illustrate the key differences between the two packages and show how to navigate them effectively.
We'll discuss some typical pain points that include: